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Rcaflat screen m134c chassis

Channels continuelly change by themselves

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  • charlescates Jun 28, 2008

    that is not the problem, The set also turns on
    and off by itself and when it finally stays on
    the channesls flip one to another and so on.

  • charlescates Jun 28, 2008

    I am a technician and have been for many years.. This set has a problem that I

    haven't seen out of these newer sets. Sometimes you can hold volume down

    button on the set and make it hold on channel 3 which I am using for sat.

    Other times the will just click on then off several times a minute. or until it decides to

    stay on.

  • charlescates Jun 30, 2008

    on the rca 134c that I asked you guys about. I found a micro chip and it fixed my set.

    Thanks for trying to help.

    charles cates

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Hi,

It might be worth trying a mains conditioner (RFI suppressed anti surge power lead) on the set.

How often does it change, a few times a minute, or a few times an hour?

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Greetings,

Turn the TV OFF
Remove the batteries from the remote
Turn ON the TV

If the issue still persists, check the channel-changer buttons on the TV

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